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What is scriptural imagination? The word imagination does not mean the Bible is fantasy or untrue. A scriptural imagination allows us to look at the world through the stories and images of the Bible. As we view our world with scriptural imagination, we enter a continuous process of becoming more Christlike.
In A Beginner’s Guide to Practicing Scriptural Imagination, Kenneth Carter focuses on four scripture passages to give readers an easy entry into the practice of scriptural imagination. Carter advocates reading and reflecting on the biblical texts with a group.
Carter says that almost every situation and problem we face can be addressed by men and women sitting with biblical texts, listening for what God might be saying through those passages. Equally important is taking time to listen attentively to marginalized people. As readers practice the spiritual exercises in this book, they will grow as disciples of Jesus who can then transform their world.
|Title: A Beginner's Guide to Practicing Scriptural Imagination|
By: Kenneth H. Carter
Vendor: Upper Room
Publication Date: 2020
|Weight: 3 ounces|
Stock No: WW819183
Methodist Church in Lake Junaluska, North Carolina. He has
served as a pastor in the Western North Carolina Annual
Conference for 27 years. Carters writing has appeared in
Faith and Leadership, Christian Century, Pro Ecclesia, The
Ooze, Alive Now, and The Upper Room. He is the author of 7
books, the most recent one with Abingdon Press.